Wellness Classes

Acro Yoga Mini-Class– Ages 18+

Tuesdays 6 – 7pm

If you’re looking to improve your skill, learn something new, or if this is your first time trying acro – this class is for you! Open to all levels. Come learn some new and fun material to practice at the jams!


Cost: $5/class
Session: Ongoing
Instructor: Matt Schnuth and Kristin Osborn of Acro Revolution
None required – just show up!

Acro Yoga Jam– Ages 18+

Tuesdays 7 – 9pm

Join us for a weekly indoor acro yoga jam! This is not a class, but rather a time for everyone to come together to practice, play, and move. No experience necessary – all levels welcome! Bring a mat, and a friend or two.


Cost: $5 per class
Session: Ongoing
Drop in class

Healthy Eating – Adults

Tuesdays, 7:00 – 8:30pm

Do you want to learn more about the food you are eating? This class is to help you make lifestyle changes and choose health promoting ways that produce real and lasting results. You will develop a deeper understanding of food and lifestyle choices that work best for you, improving your energy, balance, health, and happiness. If your goal is to lose weight, this class will help you. More importantly, you have the ability to impact your health and your future. Each session will leave you feeling inspired and motivated. You will be personally and carefully guided to make simple, small changes that transform your life.


Cost: $100 for 10-week session
Session: 10 weeks (January 10 – March 14, 2017)
Instructor: Christina Craver
Class Size: Minimum of 4 students must be registered by January 4th, 2017 in order for class to run.
More Information: For more information on Vibrant Cincy, go online to vibrantcincy.com
Christina Craver
Christina graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition where she learned innovative coaching methods, practical lifestyle management techniques, and over 100 dietary theories; everything from Ayurveda, gluten-free, and Paleo, to raw, vegan, and macrobiotics, and everything in between. Her education has equipped her with extensive, cutting-edge knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and prevention.
Please email your name and telephone number to classes@cliftonculturalarts.org and put “Healthy Eating” in the subject line. Tuition may be paid using cash or check made out to Christina Craver, and is due on the first day of class.

Hoop Yourself Happy & Healthy – Ages 7 – 12

Wednesdays, 4:15 – 5:15pm

During this class, we will be using hula hoops that you get to keep and learning over 25 amazing hoop tricks. We will exercise our way through Miss Kellee’s super-hip, full-body, hula hooping workout and play hoop games. Hoop Yourself Healthy & Happy is an introduction to basic hooping and hoop dance and can be differentiated for hoopers of multiple skill levels. Be sure to wear gym clothes and gym shoes. Girls, please put your hair up. Everyone, bring a water bottle. We’re going to Hoop Ourselves Healthy and Happy, so come on and get your hoop on!


Cost: $75 for 6-week session
Session: 6 weeks (January 18 – February 22, 2017)
Instructor: Terri Burch
Class Size: 6 – 12. A minimum of 6 students must be registered by January 4th, 2017 in order for the class to run.
More Information: Walkover service from Fairview-Clifton German Language School available! Frau Burch will pick children up from the playground at 4:10pm and walk them across the street to CCAC for class.
Terri Burch
Terri Burch is a hula-hooping, guitar-playing, yogi, school teacher, mother, and owner of Hoop Roots, Inc. She has been making hoops and enjoying hoop dance for nine years. Drawing on what she has learned from her teachers, Terri teaches hooping classes to children and adults throughout the Midwest. Her classes focus on n proper posture, breathing, dancing, feeling great, and having fun. In addition to the health benefits of this cardiovascular exercise, hula hooping improves self-confidence, generates joy and laughter, and clears and quiets the mind.
Please reserve your spot at terriburch8@gmail.com or at (513) 276-6915.

Laughter Yoga: Mindful Movement – All Ages

Second and Final Friday of the month, 3 – 4pm

Laughter Yoga is a practice involving prolonged voluntary laughter, and is based on the belief that voluntary laughter provides the same physiological and psychological benefits as spontaneous laughter. Laughter Yoga is done in groups, with eye contact and playfulness between participants. Forced laughter soon turns into real and contagious laughter. Mixed with Mindful Movement where Formal Mindfulness, or meditation, is the practice of sustaining attention on body, breath or sensations, or whatever arises in each moment. Informal mindfulness is the application of mindful attention in everyday life. These two practices mixed together is a powerful way to cleanse your mind and soul.


Cost: $3 per class donation, payable at the CCAC office.
Session: 10 weeks, meeting on the 2nd and final Friday of each month (January 13 and 27, February 10 and 24, and March 10 and 31)
Instructor: Brian Hosty
Class Size: 4 – 20
Brian Hosty
Brian Hosty first became interested in Laughter Yoga when he participated in a class at Starfire U. After experiencing the class Brian introduced himself to the instructor Loran Roberts and ask her to help with obtaining his certification. Robert Teaches at Stepping Stones each month to his peers.

Move It! – Ages 55+

Wednesdays 10:45 – 11:45am

A flowing movement class combining strength training, flexibility, balance, coordination training and endurance exercise geared to those with arthritis and other chronic conditions. All level welcome!


Cost: $5 per class; $35 for session if paid in advance at first class
Session: 8 weeks (January 11 – March 1, 2017)
Instructor: Leslie A. Black M.Ed.
Class Size: Minimum of 5 students must be registered by January 4th, 2017 in order for class to run.
More Information: This class is especially great for active adults with arthritis. Participants have the option to take the class sitting or standing. Please wear supportive footwear. For more information, contact instructor at (503) 701-9101 or leslieblack7@icloud.com
Leslie A. Black, M.Ed.

Leslie A. Black, M.Ed., has been a Health Promotion professional for more than 20 years practicing nationally and in Latin America. With her warm, compassionate style, her clients find her hands-on interactive approach to be immediately comfortable, accessible and effective.  She has a BS in Rehabilitation and an M.Ed. in counseling/health promotion as well as extensive training in: Medical Literacy/Advocacy, Arthritis Foundation Exercise (certifies), Osteoporosis Exercise, Career Development Trainer Certification, Supervisory Skills Training and Body Recall Fitness Certification among other continuing Education.

Leslie has been a college instructor, corporate trainer, counselor and HR consultant, but has always woven in wellness work into her Life Coaching profession.  Working with those mid-life and beyond to enhance lifelong movement, joy, health and independence is her true passion.  The work is customized to the particular individual, class or group.

Instructor Statement: “I know all too well the challenges that come with chronic pain.  As a former athlete and health educator, I also have suffered from severe back injuries and arthritis, among other chronic conditions.  Through a combination of wellness, self-education, nutrition and therapeutic exercise following multiple surgeries, I have learned how to alleviate and overcome my pain to find joy in everyday living again.  Today, I have the pleasure of helping seniors, as well as adults of all ages with chronic conditions learn how to find their joy through movement, wellness and support.

Through group class, one-on-one instruction or events, I endeavor to promote lifelong mobility, independence and optimal fitness for my clients.  Some of the programs I offer include:

  • Nordic walking pole instruction for special populations/athletes
  • Senior wellness coaching
  • Women’s wellness
  • Medical literacy and advocacy
  • Pool exercise in client’s private location
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Arthritis, Osteoporosis exercise
  • Creative movement therapy
  • Living with chronic conditions, preparation for surgery

In addition, I offer other group coaching programs that include:

  • Women’s support groups
  • Navigating transition & change
  • Stress management
Please email your name and telephone number to classes@cliftonculturalarts.org and put “Move It!” in the subject line.

Hula Hooping for Adults – Adult 18 + (teenagers welcome too)

Mondays, 5 – 6pm

Learn or relearn how to hula hoop and hoop dance. Hooping is a joyful, cardiovascular exercise and beautiful art form that lets souls shine! Class introduces waist hooping, hip hooping, traveling, arms & hands, halo, passing, weave, pick-up, step-through, floating, and corkscrews.
HOOPS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO BORROW OR BUY, OR YOU CAN BRING YOUR OWN!


Cost: $75 for 6-week session
Session: 6 weeks (January 16 – February 20, 2017)
Instructor: Terri Burch
Class Size: 6 – 10. A minimum of 6 students must be registered by January 4th, 2017 in order for the class to run.
Terri Burch
Terri Burch, hoop designer, hoop instructor, hoop dance performer, and founder of Hoop Roots, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio has been hoop dancing for six years. She teaches hooping classes to children and adults throughout the city of Cincinnati and in northern Kentucky and at workshops around the Midwest. Terri’s classes focus on flow, proper posture, breathing, dancing, feeling beautiful, and having fun.
Please reserve your spot at terriburch8@gmail.com or at (513) 276-6915.

Yoga – Ages 13+

Mondays 5:30 – 6:45pm and Wednesdays 9:30 – 10:30am

Please join us for a 75-minute Hatha influenced yoga class focusing on strength, flexibility, balance, energy and relaxation. The practice of yoga is about happiness and mindfulness. As we stretch and strengthen we also gain a sense of peace and expansion. Classes are designed for beginners and intermediate practitioners alike. First time yoga students are welcome! Bring your own mat. Class passes available.


Cost: Drop in – $15; Class 2x wk – $90/ month; Class 1x wk – $50/ month
Session: Ongoing
Class Size: Minimum 2, Maximum 20
Meredith Amann
Students know Meredith for her passion for making Yoga accessible and enjoyable for everyone. She encourages students to learn in their personal style, whether it is auditory, visually or kinesthetically. Meredith believes teachers don’t make things happen, they let things happen and it is her goal to create an environment for you to embrace your full potential. Meredith trained at the Himalaya Yoga Valley Institute in Goa, India, a 200/500 hr school recognized by the Yoga Alliance. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Meredith has also trained in restorative Yoga at Kripalu and holds a Pilates certification from Core Pilates in NYC.
Registration not required. Simply show up a few minutes before class. Students should bring a yoga mat to class. For more information visit www.yogaworkflow.com

Supreme Science and Classical Qigong – Ages 18+

1st and 3rd Thursday of every month, beginning September 1

Qigong is a health practice that improves blood flow, energy levels, and reduces stress. It has been medically shown to increase immune response in cancer patients, and improve blood flow in diabetics. This form of qigong is also used to help wounded warriors cope with PTSD, and to reduce withdrawal symptoms in addiction recovery clinics. Qigong is a system of exercise that can be done by any age group, and has also reduced geriatric falls by 40 percent in clinical environments, and it’s FUN! In a 45-miunute session, a participant burns as many calories as if they had briskly walked 4 miles! This is due to the way the exercise increases peripheral blood flow, which is a no-impact exercise!


Cost: $10/class
Session: 10 weeks
Instructor: Roy MacDonald
Class Size: 5 – 18 students
More Information: Visit www.qigong.com to learn more about Qigong, and www.qigongreview.com for instructor experiences and full biography.
Roy MacDonald, RN
Roy MacDonald RN is Supreme Science Level 3 Certified nationally. He has competed internationally in Karate representing the United States, placing in tournaments in which over 60 countries were represented (Konishi cup Australia, Anaheim International among them). After serving in the armed forces, he transitioned into internal arts to help cope with his own PTSD, eventually becoming an instructor so that he could help others with the art he has come to love. He also teaches privately, and is excited to have the opportunity to provide qigong to more of the community locally.
Please send an email to classes@cliftonculturalarts.org with “Qigong Class” in the subject line.

ZUMBA® Fitness Class – Ages 12+

Saturdays 10:30 – 11:30am

The Zumba® workout program fuses Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind FUN fitness program! The goal is simple: for people to want to work out and to enjoy every minute of it. Zumba® participants achieve long-term benefits by attending the one exciting hour of calorie-burning and body-energizing movements. The routines feature interval-training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Zumba® classes are special in that they add Latin flavor and international zest into an ordinary dance workout class, and anyone can participate-there is no RIGHT way to do the moves.

Information about Zumba® can be found at: www.zumba.com.


Cost: $7/class; $5/class with the purchase of a 5 or 10 class pass.
Session: On-going
Robin Goodrich
Robin Goodrich is a licensed Zumba®, Zumba Gold®, Zumba Step®, and Zumba Kids® & Kids Jr. ® Instructor. She also holds Specialty Training Licenses in Core and Glutes techniques & World Rhythms. She has been leading classes at the CCAC since 2012 and also holds classes at Westwood Town Hall, McKie Recreation Center and regularly subs for instructors at Mercy Healthplex. In the Fall/Winter Season Robin has also brought Zumba® Glow Dance Parties to several locations including the CCAC with great success.

Robin’s one true passion has always been music. Zumba® has become a way to enjoy that music and become fit in the process. She loves to motivate, encourage and promotes a supportive group of participants. Come join the Party!

No registration required. Pay in class. Requires a waiver to be signed. If under 18 waiver must be signed by guardian prior to participation. Wear exercise/comfortable clothes & bring a water bottle. Contact the instructor at karasunaki@hotmail.com

ZUMBA® Glow Parties – All Ages

Wednesday 6:00 – 8:00pm

The Zumba® workout program fuses World rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind FUN fitness program! Zumba® Glow Parties make this even more fun by adding a Dance Club Atmosphere. Come experience this special Zumba® class and dance under black lights in your neon/white/glow clothes. If you like Zumba classes you will LOVE Zumba Glow!

Information about Zumba® can be found at www.zumba.com.


Cost: $10 with Zumba® class pass, $14 drop-in
Session: 1 day (October 12, 2016 and March 8, 2017)
Class Size: 25 maximum students
More Information: please visit robingoodrich.zumba.com or email me at karasunaki@hotmail.com or find me on facebook! Children are welcome to attend along with a parent.  Children 10 & under are FREE with an attending adult.
Robin Goodrich
Robin Goodrich is a licensed Zumba® Instructor who has gone through Basic 1 & 2, Zumba Gold®, Zumba Step®, Core and Glutes technique Specialty Trainings. Robin has been leading classes at the CCAC since 2012 and in addition holds classes at Westwood Town Hall. She has lead classes at McKie Center and Off The Avenue Studios in Northside and regularly subs for instructors at the Western Hills Mercy Healthplex. She has also brought Zumba® Glow Dance Parties to several locations with great success.

Robin’s one true passion has always been music. Zumba® has become a way to enjoy that music and become fit in the process. She loves to motivate and encourage and promotes a supportive group of participants. Come join the Party!

No registration required. Pay in class. Requires a waiver to be signed. If under 18, waiver must be signed by guardian prior to participation. Wear exercise/comfortable clothes & bring a water bottle. Contact the instructor at karasunaki@hotmail.com

Zumba Fitness® and Zumba Toning® Dance Party– Ages 12+

Wednesdays, 6:00 – 7:00 pm

The Zumba® workout program fuses Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind FUN fitness program! The goal is simple: for people to want to work out and to enjoy every minute of it. Zumba® participants achieve long-term benefits by attending the one exciting hour of calorie-burning and body-energizing movements. The routines for this class will feature interval-training sessions with an emphasis on low impact moves, and alternate fast and slow rhythms. Three songs will feature resistance training using 1 lb Zumba hand weights that tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Zumba hand weights will be provided for up to 12 participants. Songs can also be done without weights.


Cost: First Class free; Drop in $7/class; $5/class with the purchase of a 5 or 10-class pass
Session: On-going
More Information: Class will meet 6:30 – 7:30pm through May 25. Beginning June 1, class will meet 6:00 – 7:00pm. Wear comfortable clothes, shoes designed for either court, cross training or aerobic dance (avoid running shoes) and bring a water bottle and plenty of energy! Some people also like to bring a small towel.
Sue Ware
Come enjoy the pure fun of Zumba with me! I have taken part in many styles of aerobic based dance exercise and studies some form of dance (ballet, jazz, modern, belly dancing), but nothing compares to Zumba. I am currently certified by the Aerobic and Fitness Association of American as a group exercise instructor. I am also licensed to teach the following Zumba classes: Basic, Step, Toning and Gold. I have completed additional education in core, glutes, gold toning and pro-skills provided by Zumba. I have an advanced degree in the health industry and a strong personal interest in disease and injury prevention. I believe than a healthy active lifestyle is a vital element of enjoying life!
Pay in class. Instructor can be contacted at sware11@cinci.rr.com.

Pilates – Adults

Mondays and Fridays 9:00 – 10:00am, Thursdays 6:30 – 7:30pm

Cost: $8 per class, or $60 for a 10 class pass.
Session: On-going
More Information: Monday class will take place from 9:00 – 10:00am until August 15. Beginning August 22, Monday class will take place from 9:30 – 10:30am. There will be no classes from August 11 – August 18
Barbara Sferra
Maintaining a connection between mind, body and form has been a focus throughout Barbara Sferra’s life. She participated in gymnastics from Jr. High School through College. She took her first dance class at the age of 22 and has been dancing ever since. She was introduced to Pilates as a means to strengthen her core and improve her overall movement and well-being. In August 2008, Barbara received her Pilates certification from Pendleton Pilates, where she currently teaches Group and Private Reformer Classes, Mat Classes, and Initial Consultations. Professionally, Barbara has a background in Employee Relations and Training, and currently gives back to the community through various volunteer activities.
Send an email to classes@cliftonculturalarts.org and put “Pilates” in the subject line. Please plan to bring a mat to class.

Nia Technique – Adults

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00 – 7:00pm

The Nia technique is an expressive body-mind movement and fitness program incorporating dance, martial arts and healing arts, including yoga. It is a cardiovascular program that uses whole-body, expressive, grounded movement. Nia is adaptable to most levels of fitness, age and body types.

Read Cincy Chic article about Nia classes at CCAC.


Cost: $10/class for a single class, $80 for a 10 class pass, $140 for a 20 class pass, $6 per class for students (with a valid student ID) and seniors (over 65 years)
Session: On-going
More Information: Beginning the week of September 7, Nia Technique will meet on both Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

The Tuesday class is taught by Uma Sivaprasad, and the Thursday class is taught by Mary Singler.

Uma Sivaprasad
I discovered Nia in 2003 during my quest for an exercise program that I would stick to for more that three months – 13 years later, I still love every minute of the magic that is Nia. As a scientist by day, I find that Nia helps balance out my logical and practical side. Nia is a creative, expressive, and therapeutic movement form that leaves me feeling energized, centered and happy. I began my training with the white belt in 2009 to share the joy of Nia with others. With the completion of the brown belt in 2016, I continue to grow my teaching practice and am excited to witness my class evolve into a community of dancers that are finding joy in movement.

Mary Singler
Mary Singler is a certified blue belt Nia instructor, a registered Yoga teacher (RYT), and a certified fitness instructor through the American College of Sports Medicine. Mary has taught in many realms of mind and body fitness for 20 years. She holds a master’s degree in health promotion with a focus in cardio-respiratory fitness. Mary spent years in martial arts and other realms of movement but dance has always been her one true love.

Send an email to niaclifton@gmail.com and put “CCAC NIA Class” in the subject line.
For more information on Nia visit the Kula website.

Tai Chi Chuan – Adults

Tuesdays, 7:30 – 8:30pm, Fridays, 10:00 – 11:00am

Tai Chi is the slow meditative Chinese martial art practiced to promote health, balance, mental calm and clarity. Come and join us to learn and practice this profound and wonderful art. No previous experience is necessary.


Cost: The sessions are offered free of charge, except that a donation to the CCAC, of any amount, will be greatly appreciated.
Session: On-going
Tuesday evening class taught by Uri Sella. Friday morning class (Tai Chi and a lively discussion of Daoism) taught by Michael Porte.

Uri Sella
The Tuesday evening sessions will be led by Uri Sella, a resident of Clifton, as a service to the community. Uri has been a serious and dedicated Tai Chi practitioner for the past 15 years, most recently as a student of Master Mok Lau. Uri has taught Tai Chi classes in Israel and in Cincinnati.

Michael Porte
Dr. Michael Porte, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus as the University of Cincinnati and an adjunct instructor of tai chi at Cincinnati State. He is certified by Dr. Paul Lam to teach tai chi for arthritis, and seated tai chi and fall prevention.


Tuesdays 7:30-8:30pm
Drop in class – feel free to come any Tuesday evening. Suggested minimum donation of at least $5 per class.

Fridays 10:00-11:00am
Send an email to marymac1@fuse.net and put “Tai Chi” in the subject line. The charge is a contribution to the CCAC of $35 for 12 weeks of classes.

The Motivation Academy: Step Team and Personal Growth Experience – Ages 7 – 15

Wednesdays 4:30 – 6:00pm

This class teaches the choreography related to the art of Stepping, which originated from African Dance. Participants will formulate a Step Team and present their Step Show at a final performance. Participants will incorporate a small segment of modern dance into the routine. The remainder of the Step Show routine will be sounds and stomps made with the body. Performance outfits and props will be created and used in the final performance.

Participants will also experience a confidential Personal Growth Session with each Step Team practice. It should be noted that these sessions are NOT Group Therapy sessions, although they will be led by a Licensed Professional Counselor. Personal topics will include, Healthy Eating, How to Better Handle Stress, How to Multitask and Prioritize, Happiness, Personal Hygiene, The importance of Sleep, How to Approach Cyber-bullying and Self Care Ideas, to name a few. Participants are welcome to discuss as much or as little as they feel comfortable. Small activities will accompany the Personal Growth Sessions


Cost: $280 for 10-week session
Instructor: Dr. Patrice C. McCarter, LPCC, PC-S
Session: 10 weeks (January 11 – March 15, 2017)
Class Size: 12 students maximum per session
More Information: All Personal Growth sessions will be conducted by Licensed Professional Counselors.  Professional Referrals can be made if appropriate.  A final Step Show will be performed at the end of the session.
Dr. Patrice C. McCarter, LPCC, PC-S
Dr. McCarter has participated on an award winning Step Team with her sorority in previous years. She truly enjoys and appreciates the arts of Stepping and performance. Dr. McCarter has served the Mental Health Community as a Crisis Therapist for children and families for 10 years. Dr. McCarter is a Regional Academic Director and Associate Professor at Lindsey Wilson College’s School of Professional Counseling. Dr. McCarter also serves as Faculty for the Counselor Education and Supervision Doctoral Program at Lindsey Wilson College. She has conducted research and specializes in the field of Prevention and Mental Illness.
Call Dr. McCarter at (513) 317-4984 to begin registration over the phone. Registration will be completed at first session.

World Rhythms (for the Young at Heart) – All Ages

Tuesdays 10:00 – 11:00am

A new class for all levels! The class will be standing low impact dance with a multicultural flair. Class will include moves to stretch, strengthen, and improve cardiovascular fitness. No prior dance experience is needed. Come and experience the joy of dancing like nobody is watching and have a great fun workout!


Cost: $5 per class; $35 for session if paid in advance at first class
Instructor: Leslie A. Black, M.Ed.
Session: 8 weeks (January 10 – February 28, 2017)
Class Size: Minimum of 5 students must be registered by January 4th, 2017 in order for class to run.
More Information: Wear loose comfortable clothing and supportive footwear. All participants should bring water.  For more information, contact instructor at (503) 701-9101 or leslieblack7@icloud.com
Leslie A. Black, M.Ed.

Leslie A. Black, M.Ed., has been a Health Promotion professional for more than 20 years practicing nationally and in Latin America. With her warm, compassionate style, her clients find her hands-on interactive approach to be immediately comfortable, accessible and effective.  She has a BS in Rehabilitation and a M.Ed. in counseling/health promotion as well as extensive training in: Medical Literacy/Advocacy, Arthritis Foundation Exercise (certifies), Osteoporosis Exercise, Career Development Trainer Certification, Supervisory Skills Training and Body Recall Fitness Certification among other continuing Education.

Leslie has been a college instructor, corporate trainer, counselor and HR consultant, but has always woven in wellness work into her Life Coaching profession.  Working with those mid-life and beyond to enhance lifelong movement, joy, health and independence is her true passion.  The work is customized to the particular individual, class or group.

Instructor Statement: “I know all too well the challenges that come with chronic pain.  As a former athlete and health educator, I also have suffered from severe back injuries and arthritis, among other chronic conditions.  Through a combination of wellness, self-education, nutrition and therapeutic exercise following multiple surgeries, I have learned how to alleviate and overcome my pain to find joy in everyday living again.  Today, I have the pleasure of helping seniors, as well as adults of all ages with chronic conditions learn how to find their joy through movement, wellness and support.

Through group class, one-on-one instruction or events, I endeavor to promote lifelong mobility, independence and optimal fitness for my clients.  Some of the programs I offer include:

  • Nordic walking pole instruction for special populations/athletes
  • Senior wellness coaching
  • Women’s wellness
  • Medical literacy and advocacy
  • Pool exercise in client’s private location
  • Nutrition coaching
  • Arthritis, Osteoporosis exercise
  • Creative movement therapy
  • Living with chronic conditions, preparation for surgery

In addition, I offer other group coaching programs that include:

  • Women’s support groups
  • Navigating transition & change
  • Stress management

Please email your name and telephone number to classes@cliftonculturalarts.org and put “World Rhythms” in the subject line.